Coding gives us the tool-set to create anything and everything our hearts and minds desire. While it is fun to play around with different types of code, it is good to have a resources of libraries you can use to bring that wow factor into your web projects. So here are my top 5 code libraries that I often use in all my website projects.
A great collection of CSS3 powered hover effects that can be applied to any of your sites links, buttons, logos, SVG, featured images and so on. It is a go to staple of mine to give my links and buttons a extra special factor that is easy to add with a few HTML classes.
2. Font Awesome
If you are already a web programmer you most likely already know of or use Font Awesome but for those who don’t, this is your one stop shop for things icons. With the free version you have access to one version of every vector icon that they offer and for most that is more than enough. Once you are up and running with their library it is easy to add and alter the icon with size, colors, rotation, ext.
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4. Animista (CSS Animations)
A more unique resource, Animista allows you to create CSS animations with their front-end editor and will provide you with the necessary CSS class and keyframes you can place into your own project’s CSS file. Giving you easy animations to have that special wow factor on your site.